Welcome to the personal website of Daniel Jettka.
Here you will find out some details about my academic background in the areas of Computational Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics, and Text Technology.
In summer 2003 I started my studies in Linguistics at the University of Bielefeld. There I also have gained my first academic degree: Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics (Special field Text Technology) and Social Sciences.
In the beginnig of 2011 I succesfully completed the Master studies Linguistics with the special field Computational Linguistics in Bielefeld. In the meantime, September 2009 until May 2010, I studied abroad at the Trinity College Dublin/Ireland.
During my studies I was engaged as student and scientific assistant in quite a few research projects. For instance between 2006 and 2009 in the DFG Project "Texttechnologische Informationsmodellierung" (Text technological modeling of information) and between 2010 and 2012 in the corpus and variation linguistic DFG Project "Sprachvariation in Norddeutschland" (Speech variation in Northern Germany).
After completing my Master's studies I held the seminar "Einführung in die Korpuslinguistik" (Introduction to Corpus Linguistics) in the Master's programme Linguistics at Bielefeld University. Since April 2012 I work as Research Associate at the LIS Project at the Hamburger Zentrum für Sprachkorpora (HZSK) (Hamburg Centre for Language Corpora).
In May 2013 I started working as Research Associate at the GeWiss Project at the University of Leipzig. The corpus which was constructed during the first phases of the research project will be prepared and curated in order to be integrated into the CLARIN Infrastructure. Further information about my academic work can be found on the page Jobs.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.